A “rocket” from Ireland: Inter Leipzig brings in Kevin Williams

A "rocket" from Ireland: Inter Leipzig brings in Kevin Williams

Inter Leipzig’s left-wing defense needs to be given more impetus: Kevin Williams (left, next to sports director Carsten Hensel)
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FC International Leipzig is also well connected in European football. A few days after Finnish goalkeeper Topi Kalle Walton promised to move to the top division, Kevin Williams is now following suit.

The 21-year-old last played for Kobe Ramblers FC in the Irish First Division (Second Division), according to Leipzigers, the “defensive strategist”. Sports director and head coach Carsten Hensel thinks about what the new left-back is after his first impressions – among other things, from the Tests in Inter jersey -: “Kevin is a real rocket. Williams himself has stated that he now faces the challenge of a German league.

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